1. Intriguing Listener Questions


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    On this edition of The Virtual Bible Study we answered some very interesting questions from our listeners about the Stone Campbell movement, the Rapture, b bop bassing or beat boxing in worship, and women serving at the Lord’s table. Be sure to listen to this random yet interesting program.

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    • Campbell Lecture Series: January 21, 2014 with Carisse Berryhill


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      Long before James K. Smith, Campbell understood the importance of beauty, narrative, and imagination in moral formation. Exciting manuscript evidence reveals the roots of his aesthetics, his pedagogy, and the practices he employed as a Christian educator.

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      • "Nowhere to Lay His Head"


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        Sermon delivered June 30, 2013 at Simpsonville Christian Church, by Pastor Joseph "Joey" Pusateri. Sixth Sunday after Pentecost. Scripture text is Luke 9:51-62.

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        • DisciplesNet Worship #68, "Uncommon," (Phelps 02 05 2012)


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          DisciplesNet Worship #68, was released the week of the Super Bowl of American football, being held a few miles from the DisciplesNet worship center in Indianapolis, Indiana. We hope you will be blessed by our worship about God’s blessing of being “Uncommon.” Our short time of worship combines several favorites, including the text from Isaiah 40: 21-35 (for I will lift you up on eagle’s wings) and two favorite hymns of our congregation, "On Eagle’s Wings," and "Borning Cry." Our message by Deb Phelps looks at success and failure a worldly as well as God's perspective, drawing upon the world of athletics, but just everyday instances when we have the opportunity to feel like "the hero or the goat." We work hard to design our worship so that you will have opportunities to participate (and keep working how to best do this.) if you would like, we hope you will join us in reciting our scripture, saying the Lord’s prayer, and making a joyful noise along with us on our hymns. With our hymns, we can’t hear each other, but try to use our imagination to hear what God hears when we join our voices together around the world. One of our message’s opening photos shows a world map with some countries colored in blue. Those countries are the ones from where people have been connecting to our DisciplesNet worships. So far, this includes people in 86 countries who are gathering here at this place called DIsicplesNet. If you would like to get in touch with us, our website is www.disciplesnet.com. Please email us at pastor@disciplesnet.org if you would like to email one of our pastors, or would like to talk with a pastor about a matter of faith, including giving your life over to God, through Jesus Christ. DisciplesNet is a non-profit, a church that makes its resources available free of charge for people around the world who need the connection that they can make on the internet this way. Today’s worship and those archived on our site (67 previous ones) are made possible through the gifts of persons who have contributed so that we can continue to “cross barriers and boundaries to share the good news of God’s redeeming love.” Donations can be made through our website, www.disciplesnet.org, or to our physical mailing address, DisciplesNet Church PO Box 17935 Indianapolis, IN 46217 CREDITS: Participating in Today’s Worship Message: Deb Phelps Pastors Prayer: Blanche Edwards Scripture: Bob Shaw, Susan McNeely, Deb Phelps Communion: Bob Shaw Communion prayer: Susan McNeely

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            Dr Widner's Alexander Campbell Monologue

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            • DisciplesNet Worship #9, Kite strings (Phelps, 01.02.2011)


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              Join us for worship this New Year's Sunday where DisciplesNet pastor Deborah Phelps gives a brief message about "Kite strings"....and a God of connections who calls us to "Mend, tend, and extend" our networks with others. The video also features some New Year's blessings by some of our ministry team, and sing-along Christmas music for this Sunday following Christmas. Our time opens with "I Wonder As I Wander," arranged and played on guitar by Dean Phelps, and closes with Dean and Twana A. Harris singing, "Silent Night." Scriptures for our worship are Ecclesiastes 3:1-13 and Matthew 25:31-40. Our 28-minute time together includes a short time of communion to join in, or to use as a time of reflection. We hope and pray that God speaks to you through this short worship time. May God bless you in this new year!

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              • Restoration Movement Crash Course


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                An overview of the Restoration Movement in a 37-minute presentation.

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                • Studio rehearsals for David Bintley's Aladdin pas de deux


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                  Birmingham Royal Ballet's Director David Bintley created a new version of Aladdin for the National Theatre of Japan in 2008. Birmingham Royal Ballet subsequently performed a single pas de deux from the piece at the 2010 Evening of Music and Dance at Symphony Hall. This was the first time that any part of the work had been seen in the UK. Here you can see David teaching part of the excerpt to dancers Momoko Hirata and Alexander Campbell. The piece will now be performed in the UK in full as part of the 2013 spring season at Birmingham Hippodrome.

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                  • 'Still Life' at the Penguin Café - Kangaroo Rat rehearsal


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                    Birmingham Royal Ballet Soloist Alexander Campbell's first rehearsal as the Kangaroo Rat in David Bintley's 'Still Life' at the Penguin Café. Also featured is Soloist Joseph Caley rehearsing the same role.

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                    • Happy Christmas from Birmingham Royal Ballet


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                      Christmas messages from Birmingham Royal Ballet dancers to audiences, families and friends around the world! Happy Christmas, and many thanks to all involved.

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